American Fork Bed and Breakfast
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... and an actor, they did not really fuss about his movies – cared much more about who he met!
Then we were off to the premier of Racing Extinction – US Documentary Competition
From the Louis Psihoyos, director and team that brought us The Cove (academy award winner for best documentary last year) that exposed the criminal fishing practices leading to ...
... had the keyword "arch" on them. We saw similarly not very impressive arches. Maybe it was because I was so focused on seeing THAT ARCH in the photograph. So we turned around and cruised along the road.. we probably should've researched what the photogenic arch was called, but I mean it's called the Arches National Park. Why are these arches hidden!? Why aren't they all over the place instead of these fat fingers? We then saw a sign that said WINDOWS. Yes yes! That sounded ...
... bathroom about six times (Dad) and went back home. Well, that is some summary of our five nights in Yellowstone. It was terrific. We went on two great hikes (the kids did great both days) and saw some unbelievable animals: bison, elk, coyote, big horn sheep, and a bear. Everyone slept well with the cold nights and mid-temp days in the middle 70s. We loved our horseback ride through the Lemar Valley. Best of all, my friend from college, Chris White and her husband ...
We were meant to get there about 6 o'clock but Nicole had organised to get up there early.
After everything was packed and cleaned everyone jumped into the car and we were off to pick up kaid and say our goodbyes when we got to Brooke's.
Once we picked up kaid they asked us if we wanted to go to cold stone for ice cream on the way, so now we were off to get ice cream then to Brooke's. We parked the car, walked to cold stone but Nicole walked straight ...
... a simple hand gun. Today is the day I am going to rectify that.
Entering Doug's Shoot'n'Sport, the guy behind the counter asks what he can do for us. I tell him I'd like to rent a hand gun. What brand & model he asks? I don't have a clue. He suggests to try a Ruger SR-9, says it's a nice little thing. I guess he knows better than I do. About 3 minutes and a credit card swipe later he pushes a gun, a box of ammo and eye and ear protection in my hands. I shyly ask ...